The Armenian Mirror-Spectator
Art historian Christina Maranci (A&S), author of "The Art of Armenia: An Introduction," is quoted throughout this article examining how knowledge of Armenian art and culture has been hampered by Western art history institutions with a Euro-centric focus.
Fletcher student Elizabeth Vincent writes this piece outlining how Greenland, where natural resources are becoming more accessible due to climate change melting, can address the coming challenges of integrating immigrants who seek economic opportunities.
The Daily Star
Engineering's Shafiqul Islam discusses the importance of developing a reliable flood forecasting model in Bangladesh.
Fletcher's Mulugeta G. Berhe examines the factors contributing to Ethiopia's political crisis.
Fletcher's Francis O'Donnell co-authors this op-ed exploring why Chinese forces were able to cross the India-China border into Indian territory.
Veterinary student’s research in Australia helped improve care for hundreds of animals with chlamydia, while medical research at Tufts looks for vaccine
Harvard Business Review
Fletcher's Thomas Hout outlines why--despite the pandemic and the U.S. economic cold war with China--the globalized economy will remain fundamentally the same.
With help from software, art history professor Christina Maranci uncovers long-unseen fresco paintings in thousand-year-old Armenian churches
Fletcher Dean Emeritus Admiral James Stavridis explores how this peace deal could impact Iran, via his Bloomberg Opinion column.